have that intergenerational mobility that defined what it meant to be america. that you would do better than your parents and especially even if you could work at that lower middle class job, right, at gm or ford, make it to some sort of picket fence, some little lawn, middle class, i'm good, i can take care of my kids for 30, 40 years, that's gone, right? we have a country where you will be in a class that your parents were in, that's europe. that's not the way it's supposed to be. you have a chance to get rich and you have the probability of doing better than your parents if you work hard and do the right things. that's not where we are anymore and that's not what we want to see. >> sunday night, the progression from generation to generation and the picket fence, some republicans are going to join me picketing the fence of the republican headquarters. but i've got to ask you this.